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Volume reconstruction

Breyan Ross
Does anyone know a plugin or a way to reconstruct the 3D volume of a set of
images rotating along one axis?

Let´s say 360 images > 1°per image = Volume of the object

Thanks

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Re: Volume reconstruction

Michael Doube-4
Dear Breyan,

On 07/02/17 09:32, Breyan Ross wrote:
> Does anyone know a plugin or a way to reconstruct the 3D volume of a set of
> images rotating along one axis?

It sounds like what you want to do is tomographic or filtered backprojection. There are quite a few algorithms out there that do this:

http://imagej.net/Xlib
https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/plugins/radon-transform.html

You will need to tweak the settings to suit your imaging geometry.

Best regards,

Michael

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